Why risk losing great info found on the Web? IRT provides a built-in way for Internet Explorer to save and organize Web pages and their content. It's like an enhanced Google just for your slice of the Web. It also does bibliographic citations.
Version: 1.0.1Why risk losing the great information you find on the Web when you can Save the Web with Internet Research Toolbar (IRT).
License: Commercial $59.95
Operating System: Windows
IRT provides a built-in way for Internet Explorer to save, organize and manage Web pages and their content. It's like having an enhanced Google just for your personal slice of the Web. With IRT you can search what you have saved by whole or partial words, project, category, record type, date-saved, or by combined criteria. IRT also creates bibliographic citations specifically formatted for information found online.
And, IRT's interface makes it very easy-to-use: it works with Internet Explorer so there is no separate application to launch; a single click saves Web page content; a special indicator on the toolbar displays whether the page being viewed in your browser has already been saved, thereby preventing the same page from being saved more than once; and IRT displays Web page content that has been highlighted within search-results summaries (makes it easy to see if a Web page contains the information you are looking for).
A single-user license is priced at only $59.95. Education discounts are available. Flash demos covering all major toolbar functions are viewable on the Web site.